By approximately Thursday 9:35 a.m. — House Judiciary GOP (@JudiciaryGOP) October 27, 2020 Just a few minutes later, Hillary tweeted: “Senate Republicans just pushed… Twitter cited its policy against sharing hacked material in censoring the Post’s article, though there’s no public evidence at this point that show the emails had been hacked.
You can read the article on Twitter before retweeting.” That message is part of a policy the tech company said last month would be coming to all users as a way to “help promote informed discussion.”. For licensing opportunities of our original content, please contact email@example.com.
Twitter also used the same warning for the Post‘s follow-up story on Thursday about Hunter Biden making a lucrative deal with a Chinese firm that benefitted his family. Happy Birthday, @HillaryClinton! I tried to post this tweet (unblurred) 30 minutes ago. In fact, they just needed to hit an extra button. By approximately Thursday 9:35 a.m. Twitter previously blocked users from sharing a link to a New York Post story alleging to have files from a laptop belonging to Hunter Biden that was abandoned at a computer repair shop in Delaware, Democratic presidential nominee Joe Biden’s home state. The bad faith argument started yesterday when the Republican House Judiciary Committee’s Twitter account claimed that Twitter “slapped a warning label” on a Sean Hannity article about the Hunter Biden email drama. Rep. Jim JordanJames (Jim) Daniel JordanHundreds of Trump supporters protest election results in Pennsylvania This election wasn't a zero-sum game, and it's going to be messy Civil unrest fears grow as protests hit vote-counting battleground states MORE (Ohio), a top ally of President Trump, is the ranking Republican on the House Judiciary Committee. Twitter also locked the accounts of users who tweeted the Post’s link, including White House Press Secretary Kayleigh McEnany’s personal account. Republicans responded to Twitter’s censorship of the committee page by moving the post to Republican Ohio Rep. Jim Jordan’s website. The National Republican Senatorial Committee also tweeted about the headline prompt, saying that the tech company was “censoring” inks to WinRed, a donation website. Tap here to add The Western Journal to your home screen. Other GOP committee members include Reps. Jim SensenbrennerFrank (Jim) James SensenbrennerHouse Judiciary Republicans mockingly tweet 'Happy Birthday' to Hillary Clinton after Barrett confirmation Republicans call for Judiciary hearing into unrest in cities run by Democrats Scott Fitzgerald wins Wisconsin GOP primary to replace Rep. Jim Sensenbrenner MORE (Wis.), Steve ChabotSteven (Steve) Joseph ChabotChabot wins tough race in Ohio Democrats projected to retain House majority Live updates: Democrats seek to extend House advantage MORE (Ohio), Matt GaetzMatthew (Matt) GaetzFlorida passes 850k coronavirus cases Florida GOP Rep. Mike Waltz tests positive for COVID-19 Gaetz says he has coronavirus antibodies MORE (Fla.), Doug CollinsDouglas (Doug) Allen CollinsTrump campaign plans rallies amid efforts to challenge election results Andrew Yang moving to Georgia to help Democrats in Senate runoffs Doug Collins to lead Trump recount effort in Georgia MORE (Ga.) and Debbie Lesko (Ariz.). But Twitter blocked that page as well. The House Judiciary GOP Twitter account hasn’t clarified anything as of Thursday morning, but it seems unlikely they will. — House Judiciary GOP (@JudiciaryGOP) October 15, 2020. October 15, 2020 10:17 AM ET. Wow. The tech overlords of Silicon Valley continue to do everything in their power to protect Joe and #HunterBiden. Twitter. Should you join in? https://t.co/4h6n4unmHW pic.twitter.com/PUcMrpWLRe, — Nick Short (@PoliticalShort) October 15, 2020. But, we won’t stop. Twitter previously blocked users from sharing a link to a New York Post story alleging to have files from a laptop belonging to Hunter Biden that was abandoned at a computer repair shop in Delaware, Democratic presidential nominee Joe Biden’s home state. But Twitter slapped a warning label on the tweet before we could do it. Twitter Reverses Censorship Of House GOP Committee Webpage, Says It Was Blocked ‘In Error’ David Becker/Getty Images. Barrett was later sworn in at a White House ceremony with President TrumpDonald John TrumpFeds charge Staten Island man over threat to Schumer, FBI Pence cancels vacation in Florida: report Romney shoots down serving in Biden Cabinet MORE and Justice Clarence ThomasClarence ThomasObamaCare and the saddest kind of dissent Supreme Court orders separate count of late-arriving Pa. ballots Election's outcome could depend on faithless electors MORE. We are committed to truth and accuracy in all of our journalism. ABC News/YouTube (Fair Use) Founded by Tucker Carlson, a 25-year veteran of print and broadcast media, and Neil Patel, former chief policy adviser to Vice President Dick Cheney, The Daily Caller News Foundation is a 501(c)(3) non-profit providing original investigative reporting from a team of professional reporters that operates for the public benefit. Far-right conflict following Trump loss spills onto the internet. More: https://t.co/El0yfeHlG2 https://t.co/FXfdjtAAPA. But the prompt encouraging people to read an article that they haven’t opened on Twitter was announced as a test for Android back in June, started rolling out on iOS this month, and may become a permanent fixture of the platform. For them, this is victory.
(RELATED: Josh Hawley Takes Aim At Facebook For ‘Actively Censoring’ Hunter Biden Email Story). Last week, Twitter came under fire after it banned a link to a New York Post story that was factually suspect on a number of levels. People were also quick to point out that other articles also have the same prompt. Democrats to FCC: Stop work on all ‘partisan’ and ‘controversial’ work, TikTok files petition asking for clarity on sale deadline, In the 2020 election, killing Section 230 is the only bipartisan issue, Trump blasted TikTok for collecting ‘vast swaths’ of data—his 2020 app does the same thing. The tweet came shortly after Barrett was confirmed in a 52-48 Senate vote, with Sen. Susan CollinsSusan Margaret CollinsBiden shrugs off Trump, GOP on election Poll: Nearly 8 in 10 Americans say Biden won, despite Trump refusing to concede House GOP lawmaker: Biden should be recognized as president-elect MORE (Maine) the only Republican to buck party lines and oppose the nominee. “We’re doing this to encourage everyone to read news articles before Tweeting them, regardless of the publication or the article. The Republican congressmen responded to Twitter’s censorship of the Post by reposting the article on their committee website. Apparently the House Judiciary Committee didn’t care about this bit of information, and instead used the harmless prompt asking people to read an article before sharing it as a way to continue its attempts to label social media companies as biased. — House Judiciary GOP (@JudiciaryGOP) October 15, 2020 Advertisement - story continues below As of Thursday morning, however, Twitter users were able to post the original link from the House Judiciary Committee Republicans’ website. Comments Peter Hasson Editor. — House Judiciary GOP (@JudiciaryGOP) October 15, 2020 Advertisement - story continues below As of Thursday morning, however, Twitter users were able to post the original link from the House Judiciary Committee Republicans’ website. A version of this article appeared on The Daily Caller News Foundation website. Weird how the party of “free markets” resents it when private businesses do what they want and not break any laws doing it. We would like to show you a description here but the site won’t allow us.
Barrett will take her judicial oath on Tuesday in a private ceremony with Supreme Court Chief Justice John Roberts. Moments after Judge Amy Coney Barrett was formally confirmed, the official House Judiciary GOP Twitter account tweeted “Amy Coney Barrett, confirmed. Republicans responded to Twitter’s censorship of the committee page by moving the post to Republican Ohio Rep. Jim Jordan’s website. Mail. And the GOP outrage has manifested in a telling blunder. Content created by The Daily Caller News Foundation is available without charge to any eligible news publisher that can provide a large audience. The headline on the Hannity article read: “BREAKING: Jim Jordan Says Staff Has ‘Independently Confirmed’ the Hunter Biden Emails ‘Are Authentic.’”, We tried to retweet @seanhannity’s article about @Jim_Jordan confirming the authenticity of Hunter Biden’s emails.But Twitter slapped a warning label on the tweet before we could do it. The only problem? ET, clicking on the link to Jordan’s website did not trigger a warning from Twitter.
The FCC announced it would move forward with President Donald Trump’s controversial social media executive order that targets Section 230 of the Communications Decency Act, and the Senate Judiciary Committee voted to subpoena Twitter CEO Jack Dorsey and Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg to testify. So, we put the article on, . Twitter said it erroneously blocked a link to the official government website for House Judiciary Committee Republicans that republished a censored New York Post story about Hunter Biden . Critics, like myself, often mock conservatives’ incessant claims of victimhood and violations of the First Amendment when it comes to private companies’ moderation policies. Twitter didn’t immediately return an email seeking comment for this article. House Judiciary Committee Ranking Member Jim Jordan (R-OH) posted the entire text of an explosive New York Post story about Hunter and Joe Biden on his congressional website on Thursday, after Twitter censored a link to the House Judiciary GOP’s website where the story text was also posted. Click, share, and RT!https://t.co/DwJTdvqbUB, — House Judiciary GOP (@JudiciaryGOP) October 15, 2020. . On Wednesday afternoon, the account for the Republican members of the House Judiciary Committee tweeted the following: In case it’s not immediately apparent from that screenshot, House Judiciary members are implying that Twitter is trying to slap a warning label onto their retweet of an article from Fox News host Sean Hannity. The House Judiciary GOP account tweeted, along with a link to Jordan’s website: “Twitter censored our last link!
So, we put the article on @Jim_Jordan‘s website. The Republican congressmen responded to Twitter’s censorship of the Post by reposting the article on their committee website. CEO Jack Dorsey previously said Wednesday that his company’s lack of explanation for censoring the Post was “unacceptable,” but stopped short of apologizing for the censorship itself. Are you in the pay of @TheDemocrats? Stars Are Blowing Up Social Media. This story has been updated to note that Twitter reversed its censorship of the House GOP page after this article was published. Stars Are Blowing Up Social Media.
House Judiciary Committee Republicans mockingly tweeted "Happy Birthday" to former Secretary of State Hillary ClintonHillary Diane Rodham ClintonRomney shoots down serving in Biden Cabinet Stacey Abrams tells Hillary Clinton she relaxed for 14 minutes after election Stacey Abrams: Fighting voter suppression 'changed the trajectory of the nation' MORE after Amy Coney BarrettAmy Coney BarrettCunningham concedes in North Carolina Senate race Poll: Slim majority support adding more seats to Supreme Court Key conservative justices express openness to preserving ObamaCare's protections MORE was confirmed to the Supreme Court by the Senate. So, in general, you may see some unusual functions on the platform.